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In today’s American culture image is king. So it is in the American Church. Many have adopted a list of do’s and don’ts, rituals and social gatherings as their Christian image. Refusing to acknowledge the only image acceptable to Papa is the image of Christ. Many consider pursuing a biblical worldview and spiritual transformation not …

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Anyone who has attended church for any period of time has heard stories about David, the tenderhearted warrior.  David, the adolescent would-be-king of Israel who defeated the giant, Goliath, while the army of Israel looked on in disbelief and envy.  David, immortalized in song as having slain ten thousand men.  David, who authored many of …

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Transformation is uncomfortable and inconvenient because it… Threatens others and your perception of your identity. Disrupts routines and the status quo. Replaces the familiar with the unfamiliar. Forces the honest evaluation of your strengths and weaknesses. Instead of embracing this process many settle for lives of mediocrity and monotony. Focusing on image, not authenticity and …

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The fear of man is an insidious paradigm. Slowly killing you by robbing you of your destiny. For most of my life I allowed it to control my life. No more! How did I change? Jesus! Not the Jesus of religion— rules and rituals. Not the Jesus made in the image of man— political correctness …

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